As SNP Spokesperson for Energy I summed up a debate held in Westminster Hall in relation to people all across the UK who have been mis-sold solar panels by the company HELMS – now in administration.
After the debate in Westminster Hall he hand over a petition to the Deputy Speaker of the House, Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP. The petition was signed by constituents of Kilmarnock and Loudoun urging the UK Government to take responsibility for their actions and compensate those affected, and further ensure this will not happen again:
The Government have drawn up plans to import emergency food and medicine in the wake of a No Deal Brexit. Today I asked what level of lunacy is required before they resolve this issue by simply keeping the EU, Single Market and Customs Union:
I raised the issue of electoral fraud once again in Parliament.
For the record, the SNP are the only mainstream political party never to have committed electoral fraud.
The Electoral Commission are concerned the 'penalties' being dished out to parties in breach of this are not doing enough to prevent it from happening in the future.
Given the 'punishment' for committing the offence is a small fine, I asked what measures can be put in place to prevent those guilty from getting off lightly in the future:
UK Government continuing to pedal the myth that Universal Credit somehow magics people into jobs! Yet since last year there are 930 more people registered unemployed in my constituency - a 54% increase.
I raised the issue of electoral fraud with the Government.
I referenced the recent report published by the Electoral Reform Society which concluded the Government's plans to introduce voter ID checks will disenfranchise tens of thousands of voters.
I asked the Constitution Minister, Chloe Smith MP, when the Government plans to tackle the real electoral fraud issue of the spending breaches from the Tory, Labour and Lib Dem parties:
I asked Margot James MP why Scotland only gets a fraction of broadband funding in comparison to England.
Our land mass equates to two-thirds of the size of England, we also have more challenging geography and islands to cover.
However when it comes to broadband funding, Scotland only receives 20% of what England is given:
I brought up the 'hard border' issue between Northern Ireland and the Republic. I also highlighted the Government's "obsession" with ending the free movement of people and asked how border control would work under the requirements of the Good Friday Agreement:
I raised the issue of double charges in relation to battery installations, and asked when the Government will act on their pledge to amend the Electricity Act (1989):
I raised the issue of introducing electronic voting due to its practicality: